Multilateral diplomacy does not score lately. It is rather failing to resolve most of the critical crisis spots and topics on the UN agenda.
There are, however, a few exceptions. Climate change is among them. The Paris Agreement reached in December 2015 represents not only a turning point in tackling global warming, but rather signifies a test for UN membership when it comes to the implementation of its goals, agreements and generally the UN agenda.
This year, let's resolve to fight. Let's resolve to fight climate change and to challenge the corporations and policymakers that have led us into the climate crisis while protecting their, not our, interests.
The Paris Agreement, that comes into force today, represents a watershed moment in the fight against climate change. The unanimous agreement by 196 states, to clear targets and mechanisms to steer the global economy to zero emission...
Without naming him, several hundred of the nation's leading scientists press Donald Trump to take climate change, and climate diplomacy, seriously.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU leaders meeting in Brussels this week will debate the Paris Agreement on climate change, a draft EU text showed, after officials previously said the migrant crisis had knocked it off the agenda.